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More than money: Despite GSAT success of high-priced preps, educators claim cash not needed to do well

With superior facilities and greater resources at their disposal, it is no secret that private preparatory schools are far outperforming their public primary school counterparts.

NWC wants lower light bills, looks to solar power

WITH THE National Water Commission (NWC) being the largest single company being served by the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), the water entity has asked the power company to provide it with preferential rates to help reduce its cost of providing the commodity.



JC hunt third title

Reigning Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) will seek their third title of the season when they take on St George's College in today's final of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association/LIME Walker Cup knockout competition.



EU proposes US$380b investment plan

The European Union's executive has proposed a plan to boost investment in the bloc's flagging economy by 315 billion (US$380 billion) by attracting reluctant private investors with guarantees and seed money.

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'Make The Cut' winner to attend workshop at NY Film Academy

Corporate giants Red Stripe are taking their 'Drink Right' campaign very seriously with a number of new initiatives surrounding the project that was launched in the past few months, and it seems the latest initiative is keen on making it a memorable one.



Dear Winston, we fool fe true

Winston Dear, Montego Bay businessman, in a Letter of the Day 'Outameni slavery theme won't woo tourists' stated that although the attraction is 'historically accurate' it is not appealing to the average visitor because 'slavery is a subject that makes white people uncomfortable'.



CB Pan Chicken Championship creates a Storm

After months of preparation, 26 competitors from across the island who were placed first and second in the regional elimination series were all in the same place to jerk up a storm.



UK police spied on reporters for years, documents show

Freelance video journalist Jason Parkinson returned home from vacation this year to find a brown-paper envelope in his mailbox. He opened it to find nine years of his life laid out in shocking detail.



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